Feb 21, 2019
Anyone can share computer resources through already-possessed idle devices such as smartphones, tablets or PCS, and will be able to contribute in building public Blockchain and transform the Internet paradigm from a centralized system to a distributed network.
Grabity is a public Blockchain project, for the transformation of the Internet paradigm from centralized network to a distributed network. Current hardware performance has improved dramatically, even enough for smartphones to have better performance than previous servers. However, it does not use 100% of storage space or computing power. Anyone can share computer resources through already-possessed idle devices such as smartphones, tablets, and PCs, and users can receive rewards as much as they provide resources, and DApp developers can use the shared computer resources to operate services at a lower cost. When the Grabity project reaches the commercialization stage, anyone will be able to make the use of distributed nodes to switch the Internet paradigm.
Through the SDK and Toolkit provided by Grabity, developers can easily apply Blockchain and tokenize to existing applications, benefit from global expansion of services, expansion of users, and cost savings.
User's participation and benefits
Without any purchase of expensive mining equipment, anyone can easily become a node to provide computer resources and receive rewards with just a click to their smartphones, PCs, and DApps.
Innovative Blockchain Platform to address speed and capacity problems.
The limitations of speed and the constant increase in the size of ledger of current public Blockchain is not fast enough to be used in reality, which result in reduction of node participation and increase in network cost due to the escalating size of the capacity, thus solving the problem through Genesis Hoisting and Orbital Consensus.
Innovative Blockchain platform to address speed and capacity problems
The limitations of speed and the constant increase in the size of ledger of current public Blockchain is not fast enough to be used in reality, which result in reduction ofnodeparticipationandincreaseinnetworkcostduetothe escalating size of the capacity, thus solving the problem through Genesis Hoisting and Orbital Consensus.
The sequential transaction-processing structure has limitations in the processing speed that cause problems in scalability. The fundamental way to address scalability issue is to handle simultaneous transactions. The simultaneous transaction processing is to be implemented on the Orbits Network and is in a producer-structure in which a node becomes the transaction generating, processing and verifying user. This solves the problem of scalability because the number of nodes that process and verify transaction also increases as the number of transactions increases, unlike the existing methods in which the network is overloaded as the number of transactions increases. The simultaneous transaction processing structure overcomes the need to collect and process transactions, creating a single block at the same time as generating a transaction and storing it in each node, that is responsible for processing including itself when the block is validated.
As the current Blockchain structure grows over time, the size of the distributed storage accumulated in each node increases equally, thus reducing the efficiency of the entire network and reducing node scalability. However, it is essential that many nodes participate freely in order to commercialize the Blockchain. Genesis Hoisting was devised for this purpose. Genesis Hoisting is a technology that sets up the distributed ledger and transfer all blocks to the super node when the storage space of the devices of each node reaches a certain amount. The term Genesis Hoisting is used to refer to the process of overwriting file after the calculation of providing a block index number that is one higher than the existing block in the process of overwriting the file after calculation.
Current DApps store database in the Blockchain and the source files are stored on a central server. Due to the fundamental limitations of the Blockchain technology and communication technology, it operates in a hybrid structure. This structure can be protected through Blockchain to some extent but is still at a vulnerable state, but when the central server becomes disabled, the whole system will collapse. A truly distributed application should allow source files to operate and store in distribution. However, an efficient storage system and processing system is needed in managing the source files in the Blockchain because the capacity increases exponentially. Unlike the existing structure in which functions are stored in the entire memory and reading the contents of a particular function, the program source on the Orbits Network have their functions hashed and stored in basic units.
Defrag Function is a technology that can recall distributed DApp source files in real-time streaming format. The distributed storage of the functions, that comprise the program source and the basic unit, prevent modulation by comparing the hash values of the functions with other nodes. Because Defrag function does not need to save all the original source files, it does not need to save functions that are not used or used infrequently, thus reducing the burden on storage space and keeping the network efficient.
2018 Q1 Grabity Founded
2018 Q2 Whitepaper v0.5
2018 Q2 Planet Wallet
2018 Q3 Whitepaper v1.0
2018 Q4 BlockBattle
2018 Q4 Smart Contract
2019 Q1 Smart contract Deploy
2019 Q1 ERC20 based Token issue
2019 Q1 Grabity Pre-Sale
2019 Q2 Grabity Public-Sale
2019 Q2 Listing exchange
2019 Q3 Planet Wallet Launching
2019 Q3 Network Layer Development
2019 Q4 Data Layer Development
2020 Q1 Consensus Layer Development
2020 Q2 Application Layer Development
2020 Q2 Toolkit & SDK Development
2020 Q2 Block Explorer Launching
2020 Q3 Testnet Launching
2020 Q4 Mainnet Launching
2021 Q1 DApp Store Launching
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